Ed Orgeron

During LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron's introductory press conference Monday, he opened up with a number of coaching staff changes.

Orgeron confirmed Steve Ensminger would replace Cam Cameron as offensive coordinator and said "we will have a new style of offense," adding the Tigers were going to be more "creative" in the passing game. Cameron was fired Sunday, along with head coach Les Miles.

Orgeron also announced defensive coordinator Dave Aranda was elevated to associate head coach, while linebackers coach Bradley Dale Peveto is going to focus solely on coaching special teams.

Assistant offensive line coach Eric Mateos was promoted to tight ends coach, replacing Ensminger.

Orgeron tapped wide receivers coach Dameyune Craig as the recruiting coordinator, a duty that Orgeron handled.

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